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How to Use CDNs with Breeze WordPress Cache
How to Use CDNs with Breeze WordPress Cache

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Cloudways now offers Cloudflare Enterprise, which offers best-in-class CDN compatible with our Platform. If you wish to integrate Cloudflare with your application, you can follow this guide.

Pull CDNs

Breeze – WordPress Cache plugin is compatible with all CDNs that provide a Pull Zone. These are also known as Pull CDNs. A Pull Zone will pull files from your website on its own as and when needed.

In the case of Pull CDNs, content is left on the server by the webmaster who rewrites their URLs in order to point to the CDN. When a certain file is requested, the CDN initially pulls static files from the original server and serves them. That static files are cached by the CDN until expiry.

Setting up Pull CDNs via Breeze WordPress Cache Plugin is quite simple. In most cases, you just need to add the CDN’s asset-based URL, otherwise known as CNAME, in Breeze’s CDN CNAME field and activate the CDN.

Push CDNs

Breeze WordPress Cache does not support Push CDNs. With Push CDNs, you can push all your website’s static content to the CDN ahead of time. This way, all your content is available on the CDN servers at all times.

If you decide to use a Push CDN, you will require an additional plugin to send your content. For example, Amazon CloudFront can also be used as a Push CDN. In that case, you can use the WP Offload S3 Lite plugin to automatically upload your static content to CloudFront.

List of Popular CDN Services Compatible with Breeze

Following are a few popular CDNs that are supported by Breeze:


That’s it! We hope this article was helpful. If you need any help, then feel free to search your query on Cloudways Support Center or contact us via chat (Need a Hand > Send us a Message). Alternatively, you can also create a support ticket.

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